Indians Slugger Carlos Santana's Stick Not Enough Against Rangers, 2-7

Tue, Jun 18, 2019 | Emma Botos

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June 17, 2019 -- The visiting Indians cannot hang with Rangers, 2 to 7.

Slugger Carlos Santana could not achieve the Indians road win over the Rangers's pitching. On the road, he had 0 RBI and scored 0 runs. At the plate, he had 0 strikeouts. His batting average was 0.287 in the game. Leading the team in slugging for the season, Carlos Santana had a 0.518 slugging percentage. Carlos Santana had a 0.405 OBP with 4 at bats.

The Indians starter Mike Clevinger could not help the offense to pull out the win. The hurler gave up 5 earned runs in 4.2 innings. The Indians pitcher threw for 3 hits and 3 walks allowed. The Rangers had 7 strikeouts against Mike Clevinger. The pitcher allowed 0.143 OBP.

Posted at Tue, June 18, 2019 06:56:17 MST